Is it necessary to reduce your activity after a congenital cardiac surgery?

Your doctor will be able to tell you what activities are appropriate based on the nature of the defect and the surgery you undergo.

Generally, after a surgery, it is important to limit your activity so that your body can heal and recover properly.

You should restrict your activity for the first weeks after a congenital cardiac intervention in order to allow your body to heal.

Your doctor will tell you what type of activities are safe during your recovery and what timeline you should take into account while resuming your routine.

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